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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

Photo by Daphne Yu

MSHSAA appoints activites under sponsorship

Kaitlyn Marsh May 27, 2013

This spring, after many years of appearing on the ballot to be appointed under the Missouri State High School Athletic Association sponsorship, starting the 2013-2014 school year, bass fishing will...

Golfers prepare for sectionals after district win

Golfers prepare for sectionals after district win

Harsh Singh May 2, 2013

It was a hot, sunny day on Monday, April 29; it was also a day in which the RBHS boys golfers were out in a Greene Hills Country Club in Willard, Mo., looking to gain a team position in the sectional...

Midwest Pride Day promotes state recognition

Midwest Pride Day promotes state recognition

Kaitlyn Marsh April 30, 2013

In attempts to grow familiarity and value of Missouri as a state along with the Midwest area, senior Stephen Turban and several RBHS students have declared today, April 30, as “Midwest Pride Day.”...

Bustling city alters perspective of homeless

Bustling city alters perspective of homeless

Kaitlyn Marsh April 26, 2013

As we climbed the stairs from the transit and anticipated the warm California air, he greeted us -- a warm smile and dark, chocolate skin stretched thin over his cheek bones. “Why hello there!” he...

World market offers varieties of food to fill up your tummy.
photo by Patrick Smith

Cultures extend through businesses

Kaitlyn Marsh April 23, 2013

While Columbia is known for its wide assortment of cultural differences and diversity, something else adds spark and variance to the everyday life of the working white man. Foreigners not only bring their...

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‘The Croods’ provides quirky humor, fuzzy feelings

Kaitlyn Marsh April 8, 2013

After purchasing a ticket, being denied a Diet Pepsi because my checking account was empty and listening to my boyfriend complain about seeing an animated movie, I can honestly say I wasn’t in the mood...

Sophomore Matt Echelmier hits on the driving range. Photo by Makayla Baker

Golf wins first match of season, continues in tournament play

Kaitlyn Marsh April 4, 2013

  Waiting for the rest of his team to turn in their score cards on the ninth green at Lake of the Woods golf course, sophomore Jack Knoesel finished first out of the varsity golf team. After shooting...

The stage in the PAC is set up for the performances tonight. Photo by Kaitlyn Marsh

Orchestra, choirs perform in preparation for districts

Trisha Chaudhary March 14, 2013

Today at 7 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center, the RBHS choirs and orchestra will have their spring concert. The Women's Choir, Men's Choir, Concert Choir and Chamber Choir as well as the orchestra will...

Junior Tricia Hill

Later start time causes reaction, conflicting schedules

Kaitlyn Marsh March 12, 2013

After last night's final decision by the Columbia Public School board regarding the start times for elementary, middle and high school students in the coming year, students share multiple opinions...

Senior Raj Satpathy plays the Tabla drums ease. Photo by Daphne Yu

Global Village continues with first “Song and Music” day

Daphne Yu March 5, 2013

Video shot and written by Daphne Yu, voice over by Kaitlyn Marsh While Global Village has always been a tradition at RBHS, this year's multicultural week diverged from the norm with an addition of a new...

junior Sam Crane tries to flip his Kickapoo opponent onto his back in the district tournament at Jefferson City High School. Crane finished state runner-up in the 138 weight class. photo by Rachel Kiehne

Wrestling finishes season; three place at state

Kaitlyn Marsh February 20, 2013

After three days of strenuous competition, brackets and sudden death matches, junior Sam Crane prepared for the finals in the 138 weight class. After a full match against a returning state champion that...

At the beginning of third period, students leave for A lunch despite the soggy conditions. Photo by Kaitlyn Marsh

First snow complicates finals week

Kaitlyn Marsh December 20, 2012

Changing quickly from a cold rain early this morning to a blustering snow, a few centimeters of slush and snow now cover car tops and busy streets as the school day comes to a close. Administration even canceled...

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